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November 01, 1931 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-11-01

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THE MTCHTCAN DAILY

FRESHEN DEFEAT
VARITYL1NSEN
Yearings Overwhelm Wolverine
Golfers in Final Match of
Season, 11%4 to 6/.
r
KOCSIS HAS LOW SCORE
Freshman golfers hung a blister-
ing defeat on the shoulders of the
Varsity linksmen yesterday morn-.
ing 11/2 to 6%/2. Chuck Kosis won
the medal honors of the day with
a 76 in addition to trouncing Cap-
tain Jack Lenfesty of the Varsity
for three points.
The personnel of the Varsity
squad was weakened for the match-
ls, as many of the regtilars were
attending the Princeton killing.
When the players first started to
come in the Varsity held the fresh-
men but with more complete re-
turns the yeariings went way
ahead.
Chuck Kiocsis Wins.
Captain Kocsis of the first-year
men won one point on the first
nine play and added two more by
winning the second nine and the
total from Captain Jack Len festy.'
Neahr won three more points for
the yearlings in the second match,
.defeating Menefee.
But Schloss, playing for the reg-
ulars, ran up 2/ points, the first.
reported as McPherson ofthe
freshmen tied one nine and won
4 point. Jolly, letterman of last
>season's Varsity, was put down the
st to play Markham-and won three
More scores for the Varsity bring-
ing the team score to 51/2 to 6 for
the first-year squad.
Seely eats Rollins.
Later Seely registered three more
points for the freshmen as he de-
cisively defeated Rollins. This re-
sult clinched the match for the
winners but Heisser ran up a:2 to 1
score on Bereglin of the first team.
Coach Trueblood was disappoint-
ed that more letterwinners were
not present but he was highly rat-
ified with the team-strength of the
freshmen. These matches close the
season play as far as tournaments
are concerned but Trueblood ex-
pects that the golfers will continue
playing until the snow flies.
OUTFIELDERS A RE
LEAGUE'SHITTERS
(Continued From Page 6)
ed himself a .great fielder, having a
polish he' hrtof ore lacked. Webb
;who had previously failed to make
good with both the Cincinnati Reds
.and Chicago Cubs was called by
many the most improved ball play-
er of the season. Joe Vosmnik, rok-
le with Cleveland showed great
hitting power and made good from
the start of the season although
he had a fine running mate in the
steady Earl Averill. Johnny Stone
was the best of a mediocre crop of
men at Detroit.
In the National League the vet-
erans held away. Lefty O'Dou,
champion batsman in .1929 was
slow rounding into form but de-
;vamped .great power in mid-season
arid his-team-mate Herman contin-
'used his heavy slugging. Chuck
Klein of the Phillies played a whale
of a game, playing phenomenal
ball in the field and hitting very
twoll.
The championship St. Louis Card-
inals had Chick Hafey, leading hit-
ter and the youthful Pepper Mar-
tin, who created such a furore in
the World Series. Freddie Lind-
strom, shifted from third base and

Mel Ott played well for the Giants.
Worthington a n d Schulmerich,
slugging rookies teamed with the
veteran of ofie season, Wally Ber-
ger to give the Braves offensive
strength.,
Due largely to the failure of Hlack
Wilson to reach his 1931 form the
Chicago Cubs lacked the valued
punch although Hazen Cuyler did
yeoman duty as a fielder and hit-
ter. The Warner brothers, Paul
and Lloyd turned in a good year at
Pittsburgh. Cincinnati alone had
no outstanding outfielders, even
Taylor Douthit, secured from St.
Louis in trade failed to reach any-
thing like his best stride.
MAY BEIMPROVED
(Continued From Page 6)
soccer goal three, and a.drop kick
between the bars one. The altera-
tion would be to make the touch-'
down worth but one point. This
change is the result of a check of
records which show that the greater
majority of goals this year have
been made by the touchdown route.
With these changes in particular
and some convenient media for im-
parting the rules to the competing
teams before actual play, the de-
partment hopes to improve the
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